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Finding work you love : three steps to getting your perfect job after college / Kirk Snyder.

By: Snyder, Kirk.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HD6277 .S69 2020Publication: California : Ten Speed Press, c2020Edition: 1st ed.Description: 217 p. : ill.Notes: Includes index.ISBN: 9781984856678 (hbk.); 1984856677 (hbk.).Other title: Three steps to getting your perfect job after college [Portion of title] | 3 steps to getting your perfect job after college.Subject(s): College graduates -- Employment | Job hunting | Job satisfaction | Vocational guidance | Career development
Contents:
Introduction: Why success after college is all about you -- Defining your unique value in the job market. Your points and why you should believe in yourself ; Defining your human value ; Defining your functional value ; Defining your image value ; A new meaning of work -- Finding your own right fit. Employer points and separating good fits from bad fits ; Finding a right field ; Finding a right company ; Finding a right role -- Implementation, and getting your perfect job. You and the job: is it a fit? ; Turning right fits into job offers -- Conclusion: A lifetime of working you.
Summary: "A three-step career system to help graduating students and entry-level workers tap into their own unique qualities and interests to find a meaningful and engaging job"--Summary: You worked hard to get through college-- how do you avoid getting stuck in a dead-end job after your graduate? Snyder helps you find a role that leverages the exact strengths and abilities you have to offer, so that you set yourself up for a rewarding career that matters. His plan has three simple steps: take a guided inventory of your professional value; evaluate different fields, companies, and roles that truly fit with that personal inventory; and learn how to turn your right fits into tangible offers after searching out high-potential positions that fit the inventory. -- adapted from jacket
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Includes index.

Introduction: Why success after college is all about you -- Defining your unique value in the job market. Your points and why you should believe in yourself ; Defining your human value ; Defining your functional value ; Defining your image value ; A new meaning of work -- Finding your own right fit. Employer points and separating good fits from bad fits ; Finding a right field ; Finding a right company ; Finding a right role -- Implementation, and getting your perfect job. You and the job: is it a fit? ; Turning right fits into job offers -- Conclusion: A lifetime of working you.

"A three-step career system to help graduating students and entry-level workers tap into their own unique qualities and interests to find a meaningful and engaging job"--

You worked hard to get through college-- how do you avoid getting stuck in a dead-end job after your graduate? Snyder helps you find a role that leverages the exact strengths and abilities you have to offer, so that you set yourself up for a rewarding career that matters. His plan has three simple steps: take a guided inventory of your professional value; evaluate different fields, companies, and roles that truly fit with that personal inventory; and learn how to turn your right fits into tangible offers after searching out high-potential positions that fit the inventory. -- adapted from jacket

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